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Drug And Alcohol Detox

 

Are you ready to quit drugs and alcohol, reconnect with your loved ones, and begin a new chapter in your life? If so, we can help you detox from drugs and alcohol and transition into a better life in recovery. 

We realize that without additional behavioral therapy and services, a detox alone is often ineffective. At The Treatment Center, we provide a wide variety of comprehensive programs and services to help you stay clean and sober.  

We ensure a safe detox with 24-hour medical supervision. To learn more about our drug and alcohol detox center, please call us at (877) 392-3342. Our admissions counselors are available now to answer your questions 24/7.

What to Expect While in Detox

The goal of our detox program is to get rid of all harmful chemicals from your body, including prescription medications, alcohol, heroin, cocaine, and other drugs. 

Upon your arrival, you will be given an assessment. From there, we will create a tailored treatment plan to fit your psychological, physical and emotional needs. Your duration in detox will vary based on the type of drugs you’ve abused and the length of use. 

Why Quitting on Your Own is Risky

Quitting drugs and alcohol “cold turkey” is risky, even life-threatening. Withdrawal symptoms from quitting drugs and alcohol on your own can include:  

• Seizures

• Tremors

• Hallucinations

• Suicidal thoughts

• Cardiac arrest

• Death  

However, at The Treatment Center, our experienced medical staff and licensed therapists will help you detox from drugs and alcohol in a safe, controlled environment with 24-hour medical supervision.  

If you or a loved one is ready to detox today, please call us immediately at (877) 392-3342. Our admissions counselors are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

We most likely accept your health insurance plan

Please note we are not affiliated or endorsed by insurance companies.

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